Although the public will now be able to access the building and galleries, many of the art center’s programs will continue to be offered virtually or outdoors. Online registration is open for the fall session of Oklahoma Contemporary’s Studio School, which will be completely virtual.
Jen Lewin’s “Aqueous,” an interactive light installation, premiered earlier this month at Campbell Art Park, adjacent to Oklahoma Contemporary’s Automobile Alley campus. Part of the “Bright Golden Haze” exhibition, the “Aqueous” surface reflects the sky, its visitors and the surrounding environment during the day, and at night, it lights up as people walk, dance or play along the pathway.
Oklahoma Contemporary will be announcing other virtual and outdoor public programs soon.
For more about reserving timed tickets or COVID-19 protocols, go to oklahomacontemporary.org.